Strikes In Play Menu
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Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa has added two new Silver Strike Machines that are in play effective September 2, 2022.
They are located on a wall near the main cage. Currently, there are 5 designs of different strikes, 4 clad clear caps
and one Las Vegas Golden Knights themed colorized limited edition strike. All are $10 denomination.
See The Strikepoint or Casino Silver Strikes Facebook page for designs.
Paul Cory SS#1140
Webmaster note: I have the strike images and they will be up shortly.
Today (20 July 2022) I talked to the slot manager at Sky City in NM and the machines are on the floor and in play.
Freddie Patterson, SS-1576
As of October 6, 2021 El Cortez has remove their strike machine.
As of August 25, 2021 the Coushatta Casino removed all machines.
Route 66 one machine removed.
El Cortez different strikes in play.
As of May 7, 2021 the Coushatta Casino is down to one machine, still in same spot on floor.
As of January 23, 2020 the Plaza Casino installed two new strike machines, both one liners.
As of July 10, 2019 the Route 66 Casino installed two new strike machines, both one liners.
As of June 2019 the Four Queens Casino installed two new strike machines, one is a three liner.
As of January 24, 2018 the Four Queens Casino activated a strike machine that dispenses $10 & $40 strikes.
Please be aware as of October 27th the Silver Strike machine at the Venetian and Palazzo is no longer offered.
The company has decided to discontinue this particular machine. I would like to thank you and your club for your
support of the years.
Tony Flores, Slot Manager
The Venetian strike machine has been removed. The strike machine at the Palazzo is still in play and full of strikes.
Thanks to: Warren Schaefer, SS-185 (06-27-17)
As a follow up to the article I had submitted for the Silver Strike newsletter which
was issued yesterday. I contacted the owner General Manager of Johnny Nolon';s,
David Mintner. Sadly, he informed me that the machine has been since removed.
It will no longer be at Johnny Nolon's.
Thanks to: Jim Nares, SS-1545) (02-21-17)
Sam's Town strike machine removed.
Thanks to: Warren Schaefer, SS-185 (11-03-16)
Mirage strike machines removed and strike program discontinued. Even the strike machine.
Thanks to: Warren Schaefer, SS-185 (05-13-16)
Was in Virginia city 2 weeks ago and the casino lost its license and all
the machines were gone (Delta Saloon). Even the strike machine.
Thanks to: Robert W. Miller (10-02-15
Just thought I would pass this along. I was in the Reno area this past
weekend and decided to take a trip to the Delta Saloon to check out there
Silver Strike Machine but to my surprise it was out of order. I then
talked to a lady that was running the cashiers cage and asked about the
strike machine and she said it has been out of order for the past few weeks
and that they are out of strikes and don't know when or if they will be getting anymore.
Thanks to: Spencer Travis (09-10-15)
The one at the Delta Saloon is empty and I don't think that they are getting
more coins according to the Lady in the Cage.
Thanks to: Richard Thoreen (09-09-15)
I was just in Vegas this past weekend and noticed that the El Cortez has put there
Silver Strike slot back in play located not to far from the players card desk.
Thanks to: Spencer Travis (05-21-15)
I thought I would pass along some info I just discovered this past Monday,
March 30, 2015. I visited the El Cortez Casino to play the Silver Strike
Slots. I was disappointed when I turned the corner and discovered the machine
was not there. I was hoping it had been moved. I contacted one of the
floor casino staff. She stated it was still there. When she went to show
me, she was shocked and stated it was there before her two days off on Friday.
When she inquired, she told me she was told it was removed but would be back sometime
in April. That was all the info she had or would pass along. So it appears
it was removed over the past weekend and should be returned sometime this month (April).
Thanks to: Jim Nares